Bread Feed

Every weekday, we post a bread related video, photo or link on our Tumblr blog, Bread Feed. Here are some of our latest finds.

  • Take a virtual trip to Georgia and spend a morning at a small, local bakery. 

  • Tips for checking if your sourdough starter is ready for bread making. 

  • Very nice Croissant making!

  • “Family business is a little difficult.” says Ramón Eduardo, founder of the Il Forno bakery in New York. But difficult or not, it’s inspiring to see the pride the family takes in their work and the bread they produce.

  • Shaping baguettes is harder than it looks. But with some practice, it’ll go smoothly.

    Watching bakers do it also helps.

  • It's Not About the Recipe

    Fine-tuning the recipes for the upcoming sixteenth issue of Bread Magazine, I have found myself thinking a lot about what a recipe (or formula, as we often call it) in bread making really is. This blog post is my attempt to explain where I stand on the question today — and a call for your ideas about recipes.

  • Use the Flour: Bag End Bread

    Don’t let your kitchen shelves become filled with bags of old flour! Instead, use these ideas (and the recipe) to turn them into a delicious bread adventure.

  • Sourdough September Ideas

    Nine ideas to make Sourdough September your favorite month of the year, while spreading the joy of sourdough baking and great bread.


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